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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 March 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS W f-'iMMH-d dally- Binvlnva nri.l) hi 11K10 1J &; CO., rnoniiKToiii. . omrs-vms-sTm-iiT, nn. tvtna-nnttr.. TiiKcixcixNATtr,ii7y mkss u .Mimi to Olwrllwrn I-., CliHlnnntl, rvlnrlon nnd iirrou-,i,ng rillis mid h, at the eitremt-lr low in MIX tflSNTS A WKEK . fXYABLFl TO CARMIBB, PrtVW fattlttq, !tmi)i cuplc. i cnU( I month, : . Miohtlio, ft I ; yir. :. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD' TIIKATFIt -CONNER HIXTII AMI VIM:-HTIIKKTM.-.Imiin A. Ku.fll Ml, Jr., Mole Mihiiiu'T iitxl jciin, PnirKu or A "Mif Ki"N. ln.s Cirrtn mid r.ri.iinltc, lnirn nprii lit rt'ij o'clock ; curtiiin rQ nt 7. Kliit iilht of Hi Anierloiti Actor, ' MR. OIIANFIIAU. 1 THK (WHAT KKIMlKtt 8TOUY. THTM (Mumlnv. KVKNI NJ nml TO HllttOV H'nrMitiiv) KVKNINU, Mmrli l'l nml ail. Mill lw pro MClltrtt tllC M I'd Til II, til tiVr Itcls, (Mltlti'tl TIIK IM D!EN IIAM. Vrml, Mr. Clinitfriui; ptttnil'l Itavnr, Mr. I.uiifnlnti ( II-rtMMt (imvunti, Mr. ltnt : Ihirrfnui, Mr. VAU- lr; Tmvcrs lttnkc, Mr. IImII; rnplfnhi, Mr-....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 March 1860

THE DAILY JIKSS. MIEN li"V RJOICO 6c CO, mu An rmrairmiu. MONDAY.. ..MARCH ! The Cincinnati Daily Press Enlarged and The Cincinnati Daily Press Enlarged and in New Type. We present the Prkm before our rantan this morning In a new drew, and aomcwhat grown inc IU liwt ppenino5 also with new hfarl, from which we have omitted the "penny" which formerly qualified It, ns we nre not nwnre of any inch coin In our cur rency, and not taring, If there were, to !e, like, an unpleasant uctioneer, perpetually reminding onr readers of the price of the article which we offer them. ' The enlargement will enable us to furnish our readers with a paper more In accordance with our ideas. Since it came into our hands, the Pan has received a handnome accession to Its circulation and business, and we expect it will bring us in communication and on good terms with all render, who, in addition to the common acmnnu lor inc tnrrenv new, like independent comment and discussion on the topics of the day. We have ...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 March 1860

WANTED. XvANTRn-nririiit-(triiT(i or u Mhm, neat, fciif ."!"!?; .V "!? conveniences, urn) iVlIn half mile l.r the Po.t.,frl,o, by 11 deslrshlc tenant . apply to H. H . II., ( the riw tlntST VV Hi halilts, la desirous of mrnilnv llu, .M,..l..- tY.?.. ""m" VS"" ,""v '"" eoventoeo nlratloM ootifldentlal, .. nuuress Dm !Zllf. ri?wn,irt. mnrl7l iTfWi mnttitl.A ... -.'... whirl. K iin '"u cltl'- "" Investment, for WASlTKD-ITIMTIIIN-nviiViri.blVijrl ..Am,lv "-"y b wet kihtiV..t. nil. Klni-il. Inquire at K'o I7h T nr ria.ms In a. aouse with a n'spcctablc family r a young married cp,. (i(KK ri-frr -"lom ai" Mn for l Week, A. II D." Dnll? I'S I" A 0,1 IS nl Elgbth-st None but the best ha,l b' ..-,-,., xtftf v inp-Hf. T . . ;b tlrmrn . I ti,"vl,y "!"' ""ntloman or two gen' ni Vlni. P 1 " B Mulli-strcet botwera Wnlnnt W- - 170" A NT R ll-l M M KPT ATK I, V-f mn7;t CO.. u.iS'1'"- AM I'XION ('An iliAlTv Jill v; ,, ,?V,lr':"'1 LT'"k K"Kllli .ml Orrmenfl.. rr tecfly, ,nd Mn, "Vfc-', " - . mallnt .r...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 19 March 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. MONDAY- .MARCH Iff ' Lotb, Romanov, xo Dkath ih Cin Thm Traoedt orRomtoisn Ji i.kt Oxen Mors Ekaotid. A correspondent of the New York Sxpnu write! from t'icnfiicgoa, Culm, in recent letter, of the following drnmntic oc currence : Quite romantic and melnnrholy sffnlr took I luce here lift night. A young mnn, Cnrlin Innfiintl, of good family nd possesst-rl of (-onsnlerfelila mentis, has Sir mine time lieen nnriVr tnarrmire enimjrenient to s, Tonno; lmly by the namenfCnrr, who is mid to he the most besntiliil pirl in Cienfm-jros. Tlic couple were nnxioua to consumutc the mitv riiice tie, hut, in consequence of the oiosi tion of the gentleman friendn, it win de ferred, although the parties hud jiroeeede'l fo fur in to hare a house furnished mid the litily's .wedding dress prrnnred; hut, finding their wishes frustrated, they determined, us they were denied the happiness of living together in this world, to seek that ilesiralde favor in another, and, in pursuit of this ob...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 20 March 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY fcflESS In pnbll.hc.1 dally (dnnriaya cucepted) hy HENBY TITCKIJ e CO., rKOI'RIKTUKA. I OrrfCETMI-TftEKT, nr-P. CPaTOMHOtTRK. TUgl'INdNSATI DAILY PRESS to d oil re red to eahaeribera 1 Cincinnati, CnTlnaroii and. earronnrilng cltlce unci town,, lit " " tfta MtreireMy low--- ' price of ' SIX CENTS A W1IK ' PATABLI TO CaftltlER. IMrea of ValUnn. simile eoplee. 9 eenta; I monlli, - 40 rente; a month, 1; 1 year. .1. AMUSEMENTS. WJ TJIEATKU-rort NEIl SIXTH AND VlMK-MTIIKMS.-JoiIK A. Kluilkr, Jr., aole Manager and Lcaec. t rinnoi AimtiiKinx. llreaa Circle and Parutiette, 00 cent. I Hellery, M.l rent. Duo open at H o'clook i cnrtala rlaes at 7. lrt night of tli American Aotnr, - , ! MR. CHANFBAV. ' THE GREAT LEDGER STORY. TMIM ITueaday) EVENING, March jn, wilt U pnaanted the drama. In flvo acta, untitled , T1IK 1IIDDKN HAND. Wool, Mr. rhaufrati: Donald Bnvne, Mr. Lanirionl Herbert Orayeon, Mr. Head; llnrrlcane, Mr. Ella. Icr; Travere Rorke, Mr. Hull; Capltola, Mm. . fllslc...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 20 March 1860

THEJPAILYJFm HKNHY HKKDACO., r ' 1 , ' uttom an pmnrmiKTon. Tl!EHIAY.. ..MARCH 110 Municipal Reform in the Right Direction. ilea. 1 " The Ommereial declares that tho Ferguson act is "clearly and in the best tense popular'' in this city, and "desires to make this point quite decidedly for the reason that, as this city alone is affected by the measure, the as sertions that it is received with public in dignation here, would, If not contradicted, have some influence with the action of the General Assembly;" aud it observes: "TVe have probably as good a ritrht and as much authority as o'thorn, to spciik of or for tlie public opiuion of this city." We were not aware that the business of manufacturing and selling newspapers to the people of Cincinnati, gave the publisher any more authority to represent the people in matters of legislation, than tho baker has. who supplies them with bread, or the brewer who supplies them with Inger-!ccr. Arc the )eople of this city aware that when they pay...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 20 March 1860

WANTED. mV'ANTl'.ITr-llOi'SK.twaXf.nrsI nsims, neat, Y w snug, with the nsiwil rimvonleiir-ea. mid within "'; mile or the rnetufllca, by desirable tenant. "V In 8. 11. B., at tlm Press Office. WNTK,A "iTIATION-Bv a gel . v v with a family. In a store, or to dfluB V"!"? wagon, where Jin cull make himself AcMmi T. K., Dully Press Office. n gentleman a.ilrni 11 let Ml. mn-XUi" WANT Jei)-A irXji'aKRwrpHR'Xjfn homi? CO.Il'ANlqN. .A. -.Nut exc-eilln tmy oji g ...m.-. ,, , uieiity, economy, lltuunirv, fondness f home, neatness, amiability, moral nit hiental tulturr, nnil it certain kmt anserae'etn sidt. I " Light; one only tnnsaist and picas. Terms l.llicral. Home Pcrmameiit and legal. Alni-ln ion, harmony. Addn'se A. C. .care Press office. ' fmn?unvrl ' WANTKII TO fll'V-A lub.nr iiunaef amMol, , with throe or four rooMs and kitchen, w Ithln herlrrnrMciebco oTTMidand Laurel, mill Main aim Llnn-stri-cLe Any person having such toills Tne of. mil it I So. 4.1 East Fourth-street, Intolli. gcir...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 20 March 1860

THE DAILY PJIESS. TVIWDAY. ..MA KCII ilO THE PRAYER OF THE SPIRIT. BY H. L. FLASH. And I hare wen dear 1.iTln ere. Orvw drk In death's eclipse The golden rliiuM 1 unstirred l'pon the breathless lip. l starliks erml O guides Imir ! 0 lins that showered kissr I 1 pin. fur want of tenderness, And faint fur your caresses. Ami whnt Is left tn sntMy Mr spirit's ceasel'sia yenrnlng To lny Ihfl gliosis o murdered ll"pe. Yor f vrruiore rcturnimt? 0 death ! niv lnt, my only buy Helcntlosslv you've taken, . Anil unco again the cry goes np ".My lied I I am forsaken." 1'iirilwiw. ( hrM! Hint I did w The words wliieh thou hs-l spoken - Smite liclilli Willi Tin rhast nlug mil A heart nlrently lirukrn. Forgive me, Uml ! If In my PlM My reason as n)ended-- Tht In lli r luef of mr grief 1 nave Thy liraco oflelidcd. "Ft rsa'cen !" her ttiat breathe, the word Ik iocs Chrl-t's Intcrees-lon--Foritets the cross on Calvary. Tho bliwwlr swoul Mini p:wslun. ,'r'orsn'..en I1' no! that wurd -Ivuld be The Chris...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 March 1860

'CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS henhV n3wx s co.j rnol'HIKTOHS. s orrirK vjN-TBiP!Tt off. ct-roM'HOVHa T tHBlN(1NlfAT! DAM.Y PKESB tu rtrllvMVd.to Hulmcrlbnrtf In Cinrlnnatl, 1'ovhiRton nnd i ftfHvi?itli ami ftwm, Mr tli Mttvn.Hr frw f ' price of XX CKNTf A WEK-K, PA YABLft TO (hAMUtB. ' Wm7fofJfi.titfiV tntf,! Moti; 1 Diijntli, it; .(moMlm, ; I Vfr, fkli. 40 AMUSEMENTS. fXVOOD'HTIlHATEB-COnNfiltMXTH T T AMI I r -SI Ul.KTS. Jumm A. Kllhleh. rnnn 1 AMI ir.. mtir M it tin 1 hk en nr aiimimwn,- up m uircie unti rani ue no, Uoors npuu ut fi'j. o'clock ; curtain rleaftt 7. . Third night of the Aiwiictu. Actor, ' Mil. (!HAX KftAU." tinman h(f of thf nfw vrrhn nf Th Million llmni," iwli-n ttiMi,ly wmipleUiiuiiatizattuu ol the THIS fWc.lnrjul'nvt KV ENIXO. Inrrh 21, will 1 treivu(U Uh tlmm;, iu five nct, emitted - 1 ' ' ' TITE IflPITEN HAND. Wool. Mr. "hmrfrnu: Donal J IJ ay n, I It. finrt(rtn ; HcrlMMt i;mfiii, Mr. ItfHfl; Ifurrlrane, Mr. KIU- Ifr; Tmwr- Kh lo Mr. Hull; ('itpltolfi, Mr. Kllttlor ;...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 March 1860

THE DAILY 1'IIESS. JlKNTfV IIKT3I1 At CO., WBTTOM AIM MOWKTOltS. WRDNRHRAT MARCH !1 Wanted—A Slavery Platform. It it pretty difficult for political ' 1y down a satisfactory position on slnvM-y. The Democracy thought they had reached point that would stand the test of logical eqvtencn, when they declared that slavery wm ft natural right, which froTernmcnt mut protect, but could not prohibit; but here their logic runs sgainst the slave trade, wmrn (orerninent not only does not protect, but makoi piracy; and civilization is not yet so far advanced that any party would like to take the ground that the slave trade is n mtnrnl right, entitled to government protec tion. In this, as In most cases, Uign mora principle Is wonderfully sustained by profit' and the breeders or tnc aomosuc iri m the most reliable bulwark of the moral sent), tnent niralnst the foreign slave trade. Douglas tried to define a principle that would settle the slavery question. He found it stcsdv employment; so would an...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 March 1860

WANTED. "WANTS ' FOR .T.W,M "FOR RENT." i.obiy rVMv boarding." Ao.-Aii- wiWfnU tfnminjv under thr hqadlpff. H . "teodln vt line, w til le InwortcH twice fur 9.) cent TA7rTFJMiOVPK-Of flvn or tlx room, noM, . T it , - r nn.v-, niiii ii-uni vuiii-nitnvii, rmi rvillliu Vy1 A mile ol Hio riwtotllw, by a desirable tenant. L.Hlrpiw or niply to . R. R., at tho Prow Office. " VANTKO -INFORM ATIOX -Mr. J. 8, flhfp- rl, ff Cincinnati, mnv hoar nf mmilhinu r tf immi'ihlit'ir tn Mvntnc by addroxniug a note o f-. TnOr. nt ANTEJ A HtY At ,hhiiH.'n' Dairtinrrulaii uaipiv. Mil i i Main can rime a hotto nrolurred: inu-t mmlc4. mft2l-b VANTK-Wni;H? careful twiant, about 1ho 1t rtf April, i home or cottaao con- elnlnir from ?. lo 0 rooms, or a unit of roonw In a ro nTWtablfl bmifw. Add row K.( at thin olltet, Rtai lug wtmi and location, mail-h t and Iron, to do tho work of a man family 11 vltijr two nil lea from the cttv, flood references ro- Iultvd. Apilr at Portvr'a Gallery, No. JOlMVYt xwirth-atrcc...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 21 March 1860

THE DATLY rili:SS. WRDNKSnAY rjMHMI 91 THE PLACE OF SWEET REPOSE. Tlmra, when- a IiIiMmi aanlcn lira. Hwn thntuKh th. tmnirli. tf tho hnwtnorn trwa, Tlir fMloate mlor. flntt rlw, Atnl ill. away on tho Mrntnl liroaap; r from thr milrx- nf Ui" lnsr .tn-ot, Tho h"i nf a nM hflnrtmlil mi And thr- roiil, frrnrn turf In uprinklt-il oar With laa dal, to tlio cuttagn ihnir. Tho nn .bine llie-r with a rtwper Itnr. On lh" lmk aray wnllx mi l tin' twinkling paiio, Anil Irtter IfiiKi'rii the murtihiR ili'W, Ami miftor f,ill III.' BlIllfi'ltiK ruin. Hi tha cammont wliKrothr Ivy yIiik Anil til' i-llinhiiift nl) mill tlio ji-muiinllin twine, Tlint, flilKlti'il with Minim nf thr xwiiuicr air, 0'li ill liaaranca Mul toauty there. Thi rlilnim Hoot nut on Hip pi-rfnmMl K' With mellow milium and ullnry .train; And the lri-lnr lea n the danleii pule And the iMK of hl youth return neain; Fnr they i-leeo till til" erhiwn of lunula lil lim The rttenif thmilit from their walldi rlngi Hill heart In rnlmwriiy...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 March 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY KlISS I yiiltflnlifrl daily (HniKlHyn rxcptrl) Uy 11U3NIIY H EED Ac CO., FIUlftTKTonM. orrin ihi-m'I.bbt, opp. cvtiTOMH0VK. THBdNUIRVATI DAILY PHKB3 ( d..vrM. (a iUljscrllmrn tn Cliirlnnnll. Covington nnd iurrountUng cltlot nnd town, nt , .. the Mirrmphr Tow price of . ' ' IX CENTS A WEEK, ?AYABLN TO CAMUEI. Pricm tf MtUUq.$ite c'ple4, 1 cnUi I month, 40i'nitn; .1 mniitiiH, l yn.r, . VOL. Ill, NO. 25. mwMm CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MOllNING, MAltCH 22, 1860. i ritlCE ONE CENT. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD THEATER -CORNKR HIXTH ANI WSti (I'HKKTH.-Jnm A. Ku.m ih, Jr.. nolo Mummi-r nxi Loum, V it urn or AnMimHo. limn Circle unit Puniuelto, AO ortitu: i nil cry, y.l wnf. loor upon nt S nxl'trk ; urn-tain rlcii at 7. Fourth night nf tho An.pHcnn Actor, MH. CIIANKHAI.. TMISiTlimlv) EVEMNd, M-irrh 22, will 1m pi-panted mi ailitptutlnn of IHrkcim' bountiful homo, rttory of OMVKIt TWIST. FakIm. Mr. ElMer i Oliver TwW, Minn Annlf Wnlte; Hill Hj he, Mr. LmijcUft.: Mr. jlmiilili-, Mr. KHIht; No...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 March 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. 1 1 JCNllY HKKD V CO, IDITOU AHA PBOFRlBToail. THITRftnAY ..MARCH 94 Presidential Literature. Hon. reticence, hitherto, hiw disturbed those con. serrntlve nd operative Republicans, whose requisite for a Presidential candidate is, that he shall be Republican in sentiment, hut not Republican. Mr. Bates has responded to the letter of the Missouri Republican Conven tion, (rather a close corporation) asking his opinion! on certain questions, in view of hi nomination to the Presidency. Ilifl letter Is "Judicious," In the sense used by the always bold and out-spoken old hero of the Hcrmit ago, in expressing his nnte-Prcsidcntial views on the tnrlff, when he emphatically declared himself in favor of a "judicious tariff." The letter is a very artistic specimen f Presidential literature, and argues lavoraDl; for Mr. Bates's tact. He declares himself op posed to slavery, and to nny Interference with it in the States; not differing from tin rest of mankind in that respect. Ho b...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 March 1860

WANTED. wants M -roft Al.k," "Kon hunt." tlWT," "Pol Nil," "BUADMNIK" o.-Ad-eTtlemota ecSMllia; muter lliw lir.lln, fl.it r. renllM five llii.n, III bp Insert! Itrice for 113 eetits ANTtWA VLY-noY. Apply nl the Pally I'reM Oilier, at W n clock to-ntxht. inn 22 a WANTKD A frw mora sr llar to tak V-mm iu t lit piano. Term moderate. Add reus WJTS0N, ttilit ulHc, or apply at ISo. 97 (ieonre. 'r"HL inn'ja-tf WANTKD-A HtTL'ATION-tir aViinB tier, mini, in Porter lu a hoitrdiuK-hoiiKe, Bent of i-h-reiict Ad-Ire. A. H., No. 3U.1 ilftcc-tre.t, he I ween (.'aim! and Twelfth. mriiK-b WANTBD-To HIWovRR-irtlit tv-r-H-n who tn'k ii kpiAII ltoaewood Work box from Nu, W rollcvo.Htn-ot. ditrltis? tin afternoon or ruming of .larrh ft will return I ho letter noil twit dairuerreo type tn th addl-- of A. O. P.. Por-torNce, th"V limy keep the hulaiir of the content. tn22-h . "IITANTKD-A flrfiD MTLLINBR AND ' fT TKI.MMKH-T.iho to Now Allmitv, l.nl. To h it'whI hand, Rjiermaiicut ttuat)on and liberal rum Tv...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 22 March 1860

THE DATLY rilESS, THIJRSnAY- MARC H 114 OUR LOVED ONES ARE NOT LOST. "The lured nd Witt!" why do wn cull them lost? Bccuniw we mlm tlirni from our onward roeul? Cod's unseen eniccl o'er our pthwy crtmt, Lookl on a ell, end IotIiii them the moat, Straightway rollored Iheiu from life'a weary load. They are not Ineii they are within the door That shuts ovtt loss, and ayery hurtful thine; With antfela brig-lit, and hired once irone uctoro, 111 their Keileentir'a presence evermore, And Uotl himself their Lord and Jwltfe and Klliff - And thle we call a "lone." Oh selfish sorrow Of eclnsh hearts! Oh we of Utile falthl Let ne look aronnd, eonie aratuiient to borrow YVIlY we In patic noe should await the inorrow That eilrcly muat eucceetl this night of death. Ay, look npon this dreary desert path. The thorns and thistles whercso'cr we turn; What trials and what leant, wlml wmim and wrath, What atnumlM and what strife ihc Journey hath! They have escaped from those; and lo! we mourn. As the po...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 March 1860

CINCINNATI DAILY PRESS T '! 'ItMrho4rtU1riniiyK4)M)ftt rnoriiiKToiiij. rrfoaViii-aTrBT, on. ctrToH-not. THE CINCINNATI DAILY rilESS ll delivered to snliecriborfl In Cincinnati, Covington and Ji JJJArMmMM elites and town, at I .lil the extremely low , prlc of . r r ' AHf CENT A WEBK, , .. f V'.TO.yHllM. ., ...,, ., Pri.-r of Mailing. Single copioit. '.Scent.; I month, 40 rent.; n months, ttli I year, :. ' m n a VOL. IIIKN). 27. i i v , ; M t x , (JlNATI,, FKIDAY MORNINO, MAKCH 23, 1860. t .-. i I I.''"'' k4; miCE ONE CENT. AMUSEMENTS. ' WOOD'S THEATER-CORNER SIXTH ASH VIK-HTHKKT8.-Jolw A. tluui Jr., .ole Miinavcr and Le.u'e. I'RKnK or ADMiNiioii.-lrea Oh-cle Shd I'arfiuelte, J0 cent.; (Jallorr, 23 rent: Doore open lit ti'u o'clock ; curtain rlees lit T, BENEFIT OK l H. OHAKmAU. THIS KVKNINIl, Mrch. 21, til reforms htc wril mntmi'iico with .THE UC RAN CTI 1 1, t; Harry Il"tm, Mr. (hiinfrnn i Captain Sturdy, Vr, Hi-nil .Ini'k Helm Neptune. SI r. Lniiffdnn ; Mnry '.'.'J'"' 'l!'- Iill"l....

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 March 1860

THE DAILY jgiESS. 1IKNI1 V IlK ku He CO, ' nimiimnoriimu. FRIDAY....... .MARCH 0,1 Independent Journalism—Our Correspondents, and their Ideas of the Same. f ' IT are in receipt of iereral communica tion!, to ray nothing of numerous oral u in gestions, touching the manner In which we should conduct the Prkbs in order to please the largest number of people, and render the enterprise which we hara undertaken remu nerative. They are doubtless all kindly meant, as they are indulgently received. They are precious in at least one respect, giving nt to understand that we are not without well-wishers among the people, to whom we are to look for support; and perhaps we can not do better than to devote a mod erate space to a few suggestions that tuny stand as a general response not only to present but to future epistles. Our friendly corresimndenta are all In fa vor of an independent newspaper, and they congratulate themselves upon the prospect of finding a thing so uncommon nt once and so des...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 March 1860

WANTED. v wantsv ro"miv,' Kon rknt " "I-OHT,". ." FOUND,", ."IliMBIiiNe.'' t.-al-' tartlaataeiis cornier utscr tlir-M heaiunaa, not a t ' eectlim Five Hues, a III bo Inserted twfee fur !13 cents WASTKn-TO Ml Mil TnK UTATJI n-tri ts valaatilii tn every mis. Informttili . - jii .iiior-n iniiim;, Hn IP H1I UD I 1, 111 I IT in this snliject i rnxy be linif il.,i- a, .ill nnw,-, r, ..SIl-TV, HITim Sll-l llltll, Slid HJrfurUlkiMipi" "Ma rants anil araM. luiiiri-a Kniw ai .nuinmn n iiaui-rr. Ninth a WANTEO-PUm'lIASEnH-Forthpi-i'MiriiM I'lilliuli lplila Walnut Uanilj-, at 110 Hells, ."twl-i i i 1 1 ' j ' reaM-ly "V"-NTRnTW0 IiAnow HonMH-atittAtiW for stm-ag-" rooms. Inqnireat Me, 114 Maln "''. ma-li WAS'TKIt M II. JAt'OR V. REf'K-Tft call at tills o nice for h-ttsr a-Mrewd to him. i IniaSS-b-j Y. Apply at ItfNim Nrv ?, No. , 110 llll-Hl i-sti-rot. WANTKIMJ I n ?.-1i noifwework. Omul p fiTi'iKM rriiifrrt1, Applv at Mm. W. ,1, .TOIINMON'S. Nik 1 MO Went Fourth -Rtiwt. niHVM WANTKIV-A NO. 1 PA...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cincinnati daily press. — 23 March 1860

THE DAILY PRESS. FRIDAY. .. MARCH 3 [From Mrs. Browning's "Aurora Leigh."] A LOVING WOMAN'S CONFESSION OF THE HEART. ("onld I tm hi. face. twMrtun Did I rlropagaln.t hi. brea.1, Or did hi. arm. oonatraln iae T Were my cheek. Hot, oTerflouiM. with my tear, or hiT And which of our to large e xploelva hrarta 80 .hook met That, 1 kuow sot. There wore word That broke Ih atterance then ft Mm- An Ionic and .llent a the er.tatlr night. And deep, deep, ahwddertna braatlia, which meant beyond Whatever could b told by word or kiM. But what ha aald I hare written day by day Yt 1111 eetuawhat even writing. 111a 1 tniuk Tl.a. nU - nnt. vain aaiutl.l Iktarnnnf And daah thla laat page? What li" aald, liMtecoj, 1 rain would write 11 down here line ine real, Trt ku It In mv evaa, in ntv furs Tha heart'. weet errlptnre, to be read at night When weary, or at morning when arraid, And loan my heavleat oath on alien I .wear That, hen all " done, all tried, all counted hare, All great arta, and all g,io ph...

Publication Title: Cincinnati Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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